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Friday, April 05, 2019

President Buhari Says Nigeria Now Ranks Among Leading Democracies In Africa...

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, April 4 said that Nigeria now ranks amongst the leading democracies in Africa.





Buhari made this pronouncement at the final day of the 50th Convocation Ceremonies of the University of Lagos, which also served as the convocation for the 2017/2018 academic session.

The president was represented by the Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Rasheed Yakubu.


“With the 2019 general elections that had come and gone, we as a nation have once again reiterated our choice of democracy as the system of government by which we hope to imbibe an all-round development.

“Our administration is committed to ensuring that the sacredness of that choice is preserved. With this policy enunciated and every programme instituted, we shall ensure that our democratic culture takes firmer roots and legacies further consolidated.

“Let me reiterate that my administration will not waver in its commitment to following due process, preserving the sanctity of the rule of law, battling grand corruption, securing the lives and property of our people and rehabilitating or upgrading our critical infrastructure.

“We will continue to be unrelenting in enthroning hard work, honesty and place the welfare of our citizens above everything else.

“We must all join hands to take Nigeria to the next level of progress,’’ Buhari said.

According to him, his administration will continue to encourage Nigerian universities to build closer and better relationships with the industrial sector.

He said this would help to bridge the gap between theories and practicality with a view to addressing some of the most required needs of the nation.

He added that his administration believed in the imperative of sound educational system for national development.

“We recognise the place of our intellectuals to undertake cutting edge researches that will address the challenges of development and contribute to making lives better.

“We acknowledge that our advancement as a nation will be driven by a robust human resource base.

“It should, therefore, be our collective determination to do our best to guarantee a peaceful and stable future for Nigerians through education.

“We shall continue to interface with the unions of universities in our bid to ensure that we have a stable higher education sector that contributes to the nation’s global competitiveness,’’ he said.

While congratulating the graduating students, Buhari charged them to make their impacts felt in matters of national development.

“As you make your ways into the world beyond this ivory tower, let me assure you of our administration’s commitment to ensuring that the skills and knowledge you have acquired are put to use and be productively engaged.

“While many of you will be gainfully employed in the public and private sectors, some of you may choose to explore the entrepreneurial route by founding and co-founding small and medium scale businesses.

“In a special way, the knowledge and competencies you have developed in the course of acquiring Nigeria’s degrees, diplomas and certificates are to be applied to the noble course of national development,’’ he said.
from 1stnews.com

14 comments:

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    1. Stella pls look at this news , is it not depressing as a Nigeria? I have stayed in Ghana for 12yrs now. This pple and the white men have vertically same mentality, very honest pple. Ghana is super expensive if u r coming from Nigeria b4 Buhari time, but we adjusted cos we have been here since 11yrs plus. The way they treat in coming Nigerians ehennnnn, house rents were raised so high because of yahoo yahoo Nigerians who throw money ard. Pls look at this news.http://news7pm.com/us-visa-free/

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  2. Hahahahaha.... SDK this your side eye on this post doesn't need me to comment further. I rest my case. LMFAO

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  3. In his imagination

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  4. One of the problems with governance in our dear country is that everything has ended with the this speech. This long grammar will now be included in the list of achievements.

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  5. I follow you throw side eyes Stella. Leading democracy or sleeping democracy. It is well with Nigeria.

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  6. The side eye said it all

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  7. Which democracies are in Africa, are there any democracies in Africa, let him be fooling himself. Mr Know nothing.

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  8. stella and those throwing side eyes oyo is your case..
    nice one at mbuhari taking us places..thank you sir for taking my dear country forward..
    you are indeed the change we deserve
    THANK YOU SIR

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